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Still time to get your tickets for “Last Dinner on the Titanic”

In In Columbia, Opportunities on April 8, 2012 at 6:40 am

“Join us for the ‘Last Dinner on the Titanic’ fundraiser event!

“This special event will take place April 14th 2012, from 7 PM until midnight. Take a journey back in time to an Edwardian world of strict class distinctions, obsession with etiquette and fashion and the era’s love of fine food. Now booking passage to attend  ‘Last Dinner on the Titanic being held at the National Watch & Clock Museum, 514 Poplar Street, Columbia, Pennsylvania on the 100th anniversary of the RMS Titanic‘s maiden voyage.

“The evening will be a white tie affair featuring a sumptuous 7-course dinner from the kitchens of the historic Accomac Inn. Throughout the evening you will be entertained by the 5-piece White Star Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Austin Hartman playing compositions by Strauss,Tchaikovsky and other music of the day.

“To confirm your reservation for our fundraiser event, telephone the Columbia Downtown Development Committee at 717.684.0651. Tickets are $150. each. Champagne, wine or beer is included with admission.” – Press Release

today’s news … Easter Sunday, April 8

In Uncategorized on April 8, 2012 at 6:00 am

today’s news and information gleanings from here and there! 

Quote for today“O the Easter bells are gladly ringing, Let the whole world join the happy lay, Let the hills and vales break forth in singing, Christ, the Lord of Life, is ris’n today.” – Lizzie Akers

  • H-m-m-m-m, that’s interesting! In the property transactions in today’s Lancaster Sunday News, “Donna J. Williams and Mark L. Williams conveyed 335 S. Third St. to Summit Street Properties LLC for $36,900.” Summit Street Properties LLC has the same mailing address as BHI Properties, LLC at the Department State’s Registry of Business Entities. The address for both is RR#5, Box 228, Mifflintown, PA 17059.

“April is National Poetry Month … and you are invited to attend a special event at Jonal Gallery.”

In Everyday Living, In Columbia, Opportunities, People on April 8, 2012 at 4:21 am
‘Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought, and thought has found words … Robert Frost 1874-1963
Jonal Gallery at 653 Locust Street in historic uptowne Columbia, Pennsylvania is pleased to welcome back Lancaster poet, author and actress Chris Longenecker and her husband and fellow actor Rick Shoup for a one night appearance during “National Poetry Month” on Saturday, April 14, 2012.
Their performance, entitled “TRAMP ASTROLOGER”, will showcase the re-enactment of the poetry of Robert Frost. One of Frost’s many sides deals with his “emotions” about “the sun, the moon and the stars.”
Chris will also be sharing some excerpts from her own book during this exciting performance. Her book, “How Trees Must Feel” will be available for sale and she will be be happy to personalize your copy at the end of this performance. Her book is also available on CD in our Alverta Arts Shop.
So, please join us Saturday, April 14, at 7:00pm* for the performance of “TRAMP ASTROLOGER” with Chris Longenecker and Rick Shoup. Admission is $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for students, with valid school ID. Advanced prepaid reservations are required and can be obtained at the gallery, by phone (717.681.9400) or you can request reservations through our web-site: www.jonalgallery.com (once we receive your request we will contact you to complete your reservations).
If you have never seen a Chris Longenecker & Rick Shoup performance before, you must see this one, if you have, this is another “must experience” event. Bring your favorite Read the rest of this entry »